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This year you can pick from another 39 new varieties added to our expansive catalog of tomatoes, peppers, eggplants, onions, and cucumbers. We've also expanded our categories and are now offering a new variety of asparagus, beans, Brussels sprouts, catnip, collard, and watermelon!
We love hot peppers, and we hope you will love the Dragon Cayenne. It can be used for fresh or dried fruit. It offers that kind of kick that lingers on your tongue. Strong plants produce an abundance of fruit, that are fiery finger-size pods. Good production over a long growing season. 15,000 to 25,000 scoville units. 65 to 70 days.
This extremely hot pepper (1.2 million scoville units) with some individual plants reaching 2 million scoville units. It was the world record holder in 2012. Fruit are blistering hot with a fruity background flavor. Be sure and use caution when handling fruits, and make sure children do not handle them. A native of Trinidad and Tobago, the pointed tip of the fruit looks like a scorpion stinger. Germination takes a long time. 90 days. 70% germination.
These fast growing basil plants have a unique flavor that makes for an excellent tea leaf, poultry or seafood herb spice. If you really like the flavor, use in place of basil in your other menu items. Can be grown in containers and reaches 24 to 28 inches. 75 to 80 days.
This may be just what you are looking for - a much hotter Thai hot pepper having between 75,000 and 85,000 scoville units of heat. You can grow Thai Scorpion in a container, but you will need support for the 26 to 30 inch tall plants that have very impressive and heavy yield. Peppers are pendant with good leaf cover protecting them from sunburn. The 5 to 6 inch fruit start as a dark green color and progress to a brilliant glossy red. 75 to 85 days.
All America winning bell pepper with mild pungency – yes it is a hot bell (100 to 1000 scoville units). Plants grow up to 24 inches tall, producing plenty of 3 and 4 lobed fruit that measure 3.5 by 3.75 inches. TMV tolerant. 70 days.
Attractive purple and white stripes adorn the exterior of the 3 to 4 inch fruit. Some people say this eggplant is too beautiful to eat. But once you taste them, you will gladly grill them, or you might stuff them with chopped tomatoes, basil and cheese before baking them. Plants reach 24 to 28 inches and can be grown in a container. 57 days.
A short-day, mid-sized onion that is great on burgers, salads, sandwiches, and any dish that requires a spicy and pungent onion. Widely adapted and with impressive productivity. 110 days.
This ornamental pepper has dark purple foliage. It is similar to Twilight pepper, with the exception of the foliage color. Each plant produces multiple upright multi-colored pods. The contrasting fruit colors and foliage color provide an attractive display. Plants reach up to 22 inches in height. 65 to 85 days.
Asparagus was depicted in Egypt nearly 3000 years ago. It was a common vegetable early in European history.It is a perennial crop that can live as long as 20 years once it becomes established. Plant your seeds inside and put plants out after the last frost in your area. Start the seeds about 14 weeks before the last frost and allow up to 3 weeks for the germination process. Harvest begins in year 3. Mulch them well in the fall, and allow them to grow without harvesting during the first 2 growing seasons. They can be grown in zones 2 – 11, but they prefer temperate climates. Space 2 – 3 feet apart.
Biquinho yellow peppers are sometimes pickled and used in salads, or on pizza, or in sandwiches. They are great for eating fresh, or in soups. The Brazilian word Biquinho means little beak, and it refers to the tip of the 1 inch ripe fruit. The fruit turn from green to yellow as they mature. 500 to 1000 scoville units of pungency. Plants grow up to 24 inches tall. 85 days.
Cienfuegos yellow is the perhaps the most fragrant and fruity of the series. It still has the heat, ranging from 250,000 to 350,000 scoville units. High yield potential and early maturity are the hallmark of this impressive series. 80 to 85 days.
Rather than call it Better Boy II, seed developers have decided to call it Better Boy Plus, because it is the same Better Boy with added features that will make it stronger and better than it was before. One new improvement is resistance to Tomato Spotted Wilt Virus (TSWV), which is increasingly important to gardeners throughout the United States and Canada.
TSWV is spread by tiny insects called thrips, which fly all around the country with their tiny wings and dreadful sucking mouth parts. They carry a sinister virus that can wreak devastation on your tomato plants. And they are doing so in greater numbers each year!
Because insecticides are largely ineffective, your simple solution is to plant Better Boy PLUS. But wait, you also receive new disease protection from Fusarium Crown and Root Rot, plus Tobacco Mosaic Virus. In addition, you will have improved flavor and sweetness that will almost make you do a handstand when you first try one. Keep in mind, all the previous resistances are still in place ASC, N, St, and V. So you hit the jackpot with your purchase of new Better Boy Plus! Indeterminate. 75 days.